The novel technology allows researchers to create three-dimensional images of signal propagation and calcium concentration changes in the neocortex of live mice.
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A new technology called mass cytometry, or CyTOF, is providing new insights into a range of key proteins in blood cancer cells.
Researchers have used high-throughput screening on AAV vector capsid libraries to identify which ones are best for certain gene therapies.
Researchers have developed a way to produce proteins from lettuce which can effectively combat pulmonary arterial hypertension in animals.
Drugs that were being developed to treat enterovirus have also been found to treat certain cancers in mice.
Researchers have discovered a particular protein that is required for enterovirus replication and survival, presenting a therapeutic target.
A new study has shown that mutations in mitochondrial DNA induced by cell reprogramming may trigger an immune response.
Researchers have newly found that protein CD24 acts as a defensive signal and is used by cancer cells to protect themselves.
Researchers in the U.S. have made a surprising discovery about the binding behaviour of a particular T-cell receptor, with complicated ramifications for immunotherapy developers.
Genome editing using the CRISPR-Cas9 system has tremendous promise for therapeutic correction of genetic errors in human cells...
The outer membrane surrounding the cell wall of bacteria may be a key target for approaches to a new form of antibacterial drugs...
A new molecular imaging method can monitor the success of gene therapy in all areas of the brain, potentially allowing physicians to more effectively address brain conditions such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis.
Researchers have identified a link between a neurotransmitter imbalance and brain connectivity between regions of the brain that play a role in social communication and language.
The structure of teneurins, proteins involved in embryonic development and the nervous system, is more like bacterial toxins than any other human protein.